Pre-Storm Fuel Demand Surges With Hurricane Irma looming, pre-storm fuel buying panic has set in, and consumers are rushing to top off their tanks before the storm hits. They’re finding, however, that there’s little product to be had, as Harvey’s fuel disruption has depleted the Southeast of fuel.[…]
Irma Brings a New Threat While refineries are still struggling to restart following the destruction of Harvey, Hurricane Irma is bringing a new threat. The storm was upgraded to a Category 5 today as it hurdles towards the Caribbean islands, where it's expected to bring catastrophic destruction.
Terminal Truck Lines Delay Deliveries While we're at the very early stages of normalizing fuel supply, one of the largest concerns currently hindering quick deliveries in Texas, Louisiana, and certain Southeast markets is long lines at terminal racks.
Tropical Storm Harvey has moved back out to the Gulf of Mexico, allowing it to pick up moisture before returning to hit land in eastern Texas and Louisiana. The storm is forecast to make its second landfall near Galveston, TX, bringing continued rain to the eastern Texas coastline. The storm will[…]